A new criminal law; that's what we need. We haven't got enough laws already, have we? The New Labour government created thousands of new offences. The Tories have taken up where the last lot left off, with a new 'crime' of owning an uninsured vehicle, that allows them to gun-point you and steal at least £100.
Road Safety minister Mike Penning said: "Uninsured drivers are a danger on our roads, killing 160 and injuring a further 23,000 people each year, and they cost honest motorists £500m in extra premiums.Ah, he cares about honest motorists! Nothing to do with finding another way to prey upon the public, nothing to do with being a chisling little shit, Mr Penning?
What offends me is that anyone buying a car will almost always break this law. I doubt that these people will face prosecution in great numbers, but this law criminalises buying a vehicle, because the moment you hand over the cash, you will become a criminal.
I recently bought a car. For a few days it sat on the road without insurance. I did not drive it anywhere prior to sorting out the (extortionate) insurance. I did nothing wrong, and yet under the chisling Tory cunts, in a few weeks I would have been breaking the law.
Unlike these Tories, I'm kind of old-fashioned. A crime is something that harms somebody, robbing them, assaulting them, that kind of thing. Unfortunately, like Labour before them, these Tories want to steal our money and wipe their arse on the Common Law of England.
Hat tip: Longrider